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After the death of Carlos Marin de The remaining members of the group – American David Miller, French Sebastien Isambard and Swiss Urs Buehler – will appear in Peru to pay tribute to their partner.

In preparation for his show to be held on May 21 at the Arena Perú Explanada, singer Urs Bühler has made a video addressing his fans in Peru.

“Hello everyone in Lima-Peru, I’m Urs from Il Divo and on May 21 we are going to perform at the Peru Explanada Arena, we have a very beautiful and very exciting concert prepared for you all, don’t miss it. Big kiss from Il Divo and see you very soon. With safety!”He expressed.

The famous band will arrive in Peru again after 5 years to present the “Greatest Hits Tour”, a selection of their best songs that made this band one of the greatest landmarks in modern classical music.

This new concert presented by the “Regresa a mí” performers has a very special significance as it will be a tribute to the memory of their late friend Carlos Marin, who passed away last year.

The concert will take place on Saturday 21 May at Arena Peru – Explanada and will be filled with Il Divo songs from its extensive catalog of songs with a stunning stage production. Tickets will be available on Teleticket.

In addition, the tour comes after the release of Il Divo’s tenth album, “For Once In My Life: A Celebration Of Motown (Decca Gold)”, and after the departure of Carlos Marín, who passed away in December 2021.

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Il Divo is the most commercially successful classic crossover group in international music history. The group was formed in 2003 and has sold over 30 million albums worldwide to date, with 160 gold and platinum albums in 33 countries to their credit.

Tickets for this great show “Il Divo Greatest Hits Tour” are on sale at Teleticket.

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